We love and cherish every bunny we rescue, foster, and find happy new beginnings for, whether it be through adoption or a permanent place in our Zooh Corner Sanctuary. We do this knowing that one day we will have to say goodbye. We honor the time that we had with our little friends, and hold their memories close to our heart.
- My heart has joined the thousand, for my friend stopped running today. Sean lived with Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue VP, Susan, and her husband, Sum. He was such a nice guy, friendly and easy-going, and a perfect husbun. When Sean first came to the shelter he was absolutely miserable. He was covered[...]We at Zooh Corner are broken-hearted to announce that we had to say goodbye to our sweet, little, tilty Davey Jones today. Davey was e. cuniculi positive with chronic head tilt, and long suffered from bouts of extreme nystagmus and other related issues. Generally, after a few weeks, he rallied. I[...]Luigi the Lemon (his Mob name) was rescued from the Lancaster Animal Shelter on August 2, 2014. He was named in memory of two Zooh Corner bunnies, Button Man and Tucker, who came from a rescued group of white Netherlands that Dr Kanfer, Susan, Kevin and Cat collectively referred to as "the[...]Satchmo came to Zooh corner some time ago, and fell in with a wonderful harem of white rabbits who he quickly grew very fond of. Victoria, his bondmate and fellow Sanctuary rabbit, was a loving mother of several children, and Satchmo welcomed them all into his heart. Over the years, we had[...]Mr. Fuzz arrived at Zooh Corner on March 26, 2015, rescued from the high kill Agoura shelter before they euthanized him. The poor little man was so pitiful. He had an infected eye, hock sores, pretty severe arthritis, urine scald and was emaciated. We treated all issues that we could, ran blood[...]Cinnamon Blue came to Zooh Corner in April, 2013. She was abandoned by her humans when they vacated their home. We got a call that a rabbit was left unattended in a cage outdoors, and was in need of immediate rescue. When she first arrived, Cinnamon Blue was a bit nervous, but settled right[...]Tuxedo was a 12-year-old gentleman rescued from the Carson shelter on June 28, 2014. Thanks to Julie Garcia being his Sanctuary home for Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue. After his initial vet visit, we determined that he was seriously underweight and has several issues. One of his incisors is rotated and needed trimming. His first trimming[...]Poppie was a 11-year old female rabbit rescued from the Carson shelter on November 7, 2013. She had medium urine scald, UTI, dental issues, eye infection (possibly related to dental disease), was seriously underweight with some muscle wasting and arthritis in front feet/ankles. Xrays showed heart slightly small due to dehydration, medium[...]